gastralgia, enteralgia, simple serous diarrhoea, and dysentery also rarely occur in acute rheumatism.
Like atonic dyspepsia, gastralgia is apt to affect anmic persons, and notably anmic females at menstrual periods.
gastralgia is more frequent than enteralgia, and the pain is located about the ensiform cartilage.
Women are, by the general consent of authors, more liable to gastralgia than men.
gastralgia and abdominal pain (pain in stomach and bowels) and uneasiness are in some cases very distressing symptoms.
The only disorders with which an attack of hepatic colic may be confounded are gastralgia and hepatalgia.
In these cases symptoms of gastralgia or of dyspepsia or of gastric ulcer have preceded the development of the cancer.
gastralgia, gas-tral′ji-a, n. pain in the stomach or bowels.
Anmia is a specially frequent attendant of gastralgia, more so than of other neuralgias.
gastralgia gas·tral·gi·a (gā-strāl'jē-ə, -jə)